The Department of Curriculum and Instruction was named a UT Arlington “engaged department,” which means that it demonstrates a collective commitment to teaching and discovery for the common good. The Engaged Department Model was begun by the National Campus Compact in the 1990s.
Partners For The Future
The College of Education and Health Professions currently offers degrees and certifications through its three academic units: the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, and the Department of Kinesiology. Each are filled with faculty and staff dedicated to research, teaching, and service.
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Offers undergraduate and graduate programs in early childhood, mid-level, secondary, and bilingual education, as well as specialties in educational technology and literacy.
Department of Educational Leadership and Policy
Prepares scholars and students from all levels of education to work and study together by looking at problems in administrative practices and finding research-based solutions.